+ Monday January 21st, 2019 Ausdroid » News and Editorial » Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 leaks on Twitter possibly arriving April 24th

Samsung has an ever growing line of tablets, from their recently released NotePRO and TabPRO series, to their high-end Note they cover all bases, including the low end in their basic Tab series and now the Tab 4 is on its way.

The Galaxy Tab 4 series first showed up in Samsung doco, on the micro-site for the Samsung Galaxy Fit, where the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1″, 8.0″ and 7.0″ were all listed as compatible with the fitness tracker.

EvLeaks has just posted a pic of the 7.0″ on Twitter and with his history we expect more to come along shortly.

The design is very familiar with the centre mounted hardware button and two capacative keys, so it looks as though Samsung will not be too adventurous with the design.

Software wise, the April 24th date on the screen could point to a launch of the Tab 4 series late next month.

The Tab series are usually the budget option in tablets so pricing for these should be competetive. We’ll know more as soon as Samsung makes these official and we’ll let you know as soon as we hear anything concrete.

EvLeaks has added the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 in White :

Source: EvLeaks.

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